Dana Air has announced that it would start flying again on November 9 after having been suspended for several months.This information was released on Friday in a statement by Ememobong Ettete, the chief operating officer of Dana.
Remember that Dana Air was suspended by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) four months ago due to numerous regulatory violations? The airline has now revealed that the NCAA’s audit was successfully completed.
The airline announced in a statement that it would restart flying operations on November 9 after concluding an audit conducted by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority satisfactorily (NCAA).
“With a new management team fully in charge, we are now well positioned despite the current challenges and hostile economic environment, and concentrating fully on strengthening our operations efficiently for sustainable growth while still offering safe, reliable and exciting flying experience to our loyal guests.
”As a proudly Nigerian brand with Nigerians at the helm of affairs and with over 14 years service to the Nigerian flying public, we remain eternally grateful to our customers, travel partners, clients and vendors for keeping faith with us while the audit lasted and we would never take your loyalty and support for granted as it means a lot to us.”
Dana Air commended NCAA for the painstaking Audit process and the professionalism exhibited by the team of inspectors.
“This audit has repositioned us as a vibrant and resilient brand and it’s turned out really good for us and for the industry at large. This is also highly recommended for all domestic airlines for the good of the industry,” the statement added.
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